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Vintage engraving of the Ancient Agora of Athens. The Ancient Agora of Classical Athens is the best-known example of an ancient Greek agora, located to the northwest of the Acropolis. The Agora was a central spot in ancient Greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word is gathering place or assembly.

Historical animal ornaments: 1) Relief with griffins and chimeras from Apollo temple in Miletus (Didyma); 2) Vulture (egyptian); 3) Double eagle (Mycenae); 4) Polyp (Mycenae); 5) Unicorn capital (Persepolis); 6) Shell (baroque style); 7) Medieval fish initial; 8) Double eagle phial (11th century); 9) Heraldic double eagle; 10) Romanesque dragon capital (Gelnhausen); 11) Ox skull frieze; 12 + 14) Dolphin (French renaissance); 13) Dolphins, iron work (German renaissance); 15) Romanesque animal frieze (11th century, Gernrode church); 16) Horseheads (old saxon gable cross); 17) Gothic gargoyle (Magdeburg Cathedral); 18 Chamois heads (old saxon gable cross); 19) Salamander emblem on the coat of arms of Francois Ler at a chateau at Blois; 20) Pelican (renaissance); 21) Dragon pattern (Celtic manuscript, 8th century); 22) Dragon as candle holder (medieval); 23) Japanese dragon; 24) Heraldic lion; 25) Dragon (medieval textile); 26) Chinese dragon; 27) Group of birds (Japanese); 28) Hair comb with bird ornament (Japanese); 29) Swan (medieval helmet ornament). Wood engravings, published in 1897.

Antique and medieval costumes: 1) Egyptian king (pharaoh); 2) Egyptian queen; 3) Assyrian (1400 BC); 4) Greek man in the Himation; 5) Greek woman from Tanagra; 6) Roman official in the Toga praetexta; 7) Roman woman; 8) Byzantine emperor ornat (10th century); 9 Byzantine empress; 10) Franconian nobleman (9th century); 11) French knight (13th century); 12) Knight (13th century); 13) Knight and queen (14th century); 14) Flemish woman (15th century). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

Vintage engraving of the Ancient Olympic Games. The Olympic Games were a series of athletic competitions among representatives of city-states and one of the Panhellenic Games of Ancient Greece.

Greek sculpture art: 1) West Pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, Greece, 490 BC (today Glyptothek Munich); 2) Eirene (Peace) bearing Plutus (Wealth), Roman copy after a Greek votive statue by Kephisodotos (ca. 370 BC) which stood on the agora in Athens (today Glyptothek Munich); 3) Juno Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy; 4) Zeus of Otricoli, Roman copy (marble bust) after a Greek original from the 4th century; 5) Kaufmann head, Attic school (Musée du Louvre, Paris, France); 6) Gálata Ludovisi - Palazzo Altemps (Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy); 7) Venus de Milo by Alexandros of Antioch, between 130 and 100 BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris, France); 8) Parthenon Frieze, between c. 443 and 437 BC (British Museum, London, United Kingdom); 9) Niobe and her Youngest Daughter, between cia. 400 and ca. 300 BC (Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy); 10) Farnese Bull, Roman copy of a Hellenistic sculpture (Museo Archeologico Nazionale Napoli, Naples, Italy); 11) Discus Thrower (Diskobolus), Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Myron, c. 450 BC (National Roman Museum, Rome); 12) Laocoön Group, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture, between 27 BC and 68 AD (Vatican Museums). Wood engravings, published in 1897.

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